On Fri, 2002-02-01 at 13:54, Erik Price wrote:
> Hm... I don't know why I thought otherwise.  I checked with the spec 
> (http://www.w3.org/TR/xhtml1/#h-4.4), and it really doesn't say yes or 
> no to this.  But I'm sure you're right, since some attributes contain 
> quoted content, which is why you would switch from one to the other.

This is handled in the XML spec; XHTML is just an XML application and
is therefore subject to the XML spec:




> > BTW--entities are something else entirely.
> In trying to avoid calling XML entities "tags", I forgot that we were 
> talking about XHTML, where "tags" do indeed exist.
> Thanks for the correction.
> Erik
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